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Manifesto for EEB

The EEB Manifesto is a pledge to “walk the talk” and send a strong message to the market, stakeholders & employees.

More than 100 companies have signed it.

This demonstrates that market leading companies recognize the critical role buildings play in shaping and driving the world’s energy consumption profile.

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The Roadmap to EEB

During its first phase of work from 2006 to 2010, the EEB 1 project looked into the building sector’s role within the international energy efficiency landscape.

Buildings’ energy efficiency is critically important to address climate change and EEB1 offered recommendations and roadmap to contribute to the needed wake-up call.

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Project Governance

EEB Co-chairs

  • Lafarge
  • United Technologies

Members

  • AkzoNobel
  • AGC
  • ArcelorMittal
  • GDF SUEZ
  • Infosys
  • Schneider Electric
  • SGS
  • Siemens
  • Skanska
 

 
 

Partners
Overview

The WBCSD has launched the second phase of its successful Energy Efficiency in Buildings project.

The new project, EEB 2.0, will aim at Transforming the Market for Energy Efficiency in Buildings. It will:

  • lead a replicable process of innovation and collaboration that accelerates investments in projects that produce radical improvements in energy efficiency in buildings
  • working with large building portfolio owners to identify the key barriers in the decision making process for EE measures and how they can be overcome
  • with the goal to get commitments from a wide range of decision makers to commit to launching and implementing a project within the EEB framework

This project builds on the outcomes of the first EEB project, which stated that a 40% of energy efficiency improvements can be achieved with a 5-year payback time, and additional 12% with 10-year payback… the second project aims at realizing these opportunities, working with a wide range of market actors

Events

 

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2013 ULI Mainland China Annual Meeting

December 5, 2013, Four Seasons Hotel in Lujiazui, Pudong, Shanghai

The meeting is this year’s capstone event for ULI Mainland China and will consist of presentations and panel discussions on the theme around “Urban Regeneration: Facilitating Healthy and Sustainable Environment.” Professor Wu Jiang, Vice President of Tongji Unviversity will deliver a keynote speech. His speech will be followed by panel discussions on Urban regeneration and Building healthy communities.

The meeting will also include the official launch of Emerging Trends in Real Estate in Asia Pacific 2014 and announcements of key conclusions of “Energy Efficiency in Buildings” laboratory.

Join us and other leading developers, government officials, investors, academics, architects, urban planners, and other real estate professionals at this exciting event!

Contacts
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Philippe Fonta
Managing Director
Energy Efficiency in Buildings (EEB)
WBCSD
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Roland Hunziker
Director, Energy Efficiency in Buildings
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WBCSD
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Lucie Ielpo-Garnier
Manager, Energy Efficiency in Buildings
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WBCSD
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Tanya Strevens
Associate, Energy Efficiency in Buildings
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WBCSD
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